A phobia is an irrational fear phobia phobic means the fear of fear itself
Although there is an adjective (phobic) there is no adverb form.
Simple phobia/specific phobia, social phobia and agoraphobia are indeed all anxiety disorders.
A phobic means your scared of lot's of things. For example: You have a phobia about having the lights off at night because your scared of the dark.
The "phobia" part is the suffix. The adjectival form replaces the final 'a' with 'c': '~phobic'. ' A sufferer from a phobia is a '~phobe'; so in our example, a 'claustrophobe'.
The cast of FilmeFobia - 2008 includes: Thiago Amaral as Rat Phobic Marcela Bannitz as Drain Phobia Cris Bierrenbach as Cris Ariel Bogochvol as Doctor Ariel Luiz Cabral as Death Phobic Ravel Cabral as Ravel Debora Duboc as Slug Phobic Kiko Goifman as Director of the Making of Blood Phobic Hilton Lacerda as Hilton Caio Martins as Butterfly and Dwarf Phobic Rita Martins as Snake Phobic Justine Otondo as Needle Phobic Carol Pinzan as Hair Phobic
The irrational fear is called a phobia; the experience or object that triggers a phobia could be called a phobic experience or object.
No... when you see phobic, think Phobia, afraid of... Hydrophillic is water loving... Hyrdophobic water hating.
Phobic is a suffix meaning afraid.
Mud Phobia is the phobia (fear) of mud. Its called mysophobia, myso meaning mud and phobia meaning fear.
The fear of eggs. Ova meaning eggs and phobia meaning fear.
Atychiphobia : Fear of failure. People with this type of phobia see things (attempts in life) as black or white. This phobia is commonly linked to the fear of being wrong, since being wrong is seen (by phobic individuals) as a failed attempt at something.